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Oct 20, 2013 5:30pm PDT
quote they said the yeset the exposur at one millisievert. and personnel from japan's self-defense forces are expected to make some other suggestions. government officials are taking other steps, too. they say they'll show municipal workers how to take iodine tablets. they say that can help prevent people from absorbing radioactive substances. the plan is to distribute the tablets to households within
FOX
Oct 19, 2013 4:00pm PDT
quarterback of the raiders jim plunkett. they had a chance to win this game. >> they did. defense kept the game close. put a lot of pressure on alex smith, and forcing the punt several times, and kept the raiders in the ball game. but unfortunately, mistakes in a close game like that are the things that really cost you at the end of the game. >> terrell had three second-half interceptions, but the story of the game was the injuries on the offensive line, you lose your center, already backing up injured andre. headline is terrell pryor, he sees red. the kansas city chiefs sacked him 10 times, jim, also hit him 14 other times. he dropped back to pass 34 times, so 24 of the 34 drop-backs, sacked him or hit him. >> that's life in the nfl unfortunately, especially when you have injuries to the offensive line. they put pressure on the quarterback, especially if you're trying to play catch-up a little bit as they did have to do late in the third quarter and the fourth quarter. and they just come after you. and make no mistake, kansas city is a very good defensive football team. they have got
CBS
Oct 19, 2013 7:00pm EDT
defense. they only allowed 16 points all year. we talked about them substituting early to make a play late. can they do it. >> verne: 2nd and 7. labhart. >> gary: a great catch. it will be 3rd and short, but a good throw again by manziel. >> verne: you are setting me up, right? 3rd and 1. trey williams number 3. 8:12 to go. 1st and 10. >> gary: the plan for auburn. get in the fourth quarter and stay fresh. can they make a play with the fresh defensive line on the fourth quarter or will it be all manziel? >> verne: williams nice move. a good throw. >> gary: he is shifty and will get a face mask on top of it too. he darts and cuts and accelerates simultaneously. that's a beautiful run. >> verne: 4 moves in 1 move. >> gary: yes. i did not see a face mask there. i didn't see anything. they didn't either. >> verne: oh well. >> gary: they got it right because i didn't see anything. whitehead almost from the backside, it was almost run by chris but nothing on the face mask. >> verne: 1st and 10. kennedy. oh boy. >> gary: there you go again. >> verne: therezie, 27. >> gary: that's where the defend
WHUT
Oct 17, 2013 8:00am EDT
at the criminal justice system with two of the country's most famous defense attorneys, mark geragos and pat harris. welcome, i'm barry kibrick. mark and pat are two of the premiere trial lawyers in the nation, and have been involved in some of the most famous trials of recent history. their clients have ranged from michael jackson and winona ryder to susan mcdougal and gary condit. now with their book "mistrial," they give us an insider's view of our justice system, to see how it works and why sometimes it doesn't. linda ellerbee: i'm a writer today because i was a reader when i was 11 years old, and it was... deepak chopra: you do not need to prove your state of happiness to anybody. warren christopher: most of these speeches were as much as a month in preparation. stephen j. cannell: the characters, the heroes of this book are seekers of truth in a story that involves a lot of corruption. man: i get a chance to really talk about what's real, and this is the purpose for me. barry: mark, pat, welcome to "between the lines." it's a pleasure to have you on the show. mark geragos: we're happy
WHUT
Oct 18, 2013 6:00pm EDT
and millions of dollars to the contractors. the main company, the defense giant i'm a saic, has artie receed a deferred prosecution agreement with the government and repay the city of new york the astounding figure of $500 million, because his payroll project staed at $60 million and ended up costing over $700 million. the company paid back $500 million and one of its executives has now been a chief witness in the case. he testified the city payroll director basically allowed these fellow workers of his to develop the fraud, to continue to hire people and charge outrageous rates to the city, even when the company a self new he shouldn't be doing it but they were -- new himself they should be doing it. we will see how the testimony unfolds over the next month. the trial is expected to take a month. it really is sort of a way to look at what i considered for years to be the prime form of corruption in modern governments in the united states today, which is information technology contracts. it is the new form of corruption in local, state, federal government. >> it makes me wonder about the exc
CNN
Oct 19, 2013 5:00pm PDT
prosecutor sunny hostin and criminal defense turn danny she value vas and mark geragos joins us from vancouver. it's a reunion, so to speak. >> it is kind of a reunion turn. >> they were -- talking about how they did it, officials in florida were under tremendous pressure to capture these men, correct? >> they sure were. one was released september 27th and one was released october 8th. they weren't sure if this was done together or separately. this is bungling i haven't seen before. it is keystone cops bungling. the motion was filed by prosecutors to reduce sentences. that doesn't happen. >> let me explain what happened here. get into the my kn-- minutia. there were bogus cigtures of attorneys and had the seal of the orange county clerk of courts office. someone worked very hard to make these documents look real but no agency is taking responsibility. who should have caught this, danny? >> it's not a question of who should have caught this. the system itself is disorganized begin with. i have had clients released early. i'm sure mark has had similar things happen. the people calculat
ABC
Oct 19, 2013 4:00pm PDT
per game coming in. homecoming week down on the farm, had a good time down there. about defense, 3-3 and kevin hogan all day to though and double coverage, cody wit field, one of the best catches you'll ever see one handed full extension, 30 yards and off hand. normally try to make that catch with your left hand. he did it with his right. the cardinal defense frustrating all day. throw picked off by jordan edwards who ran it all the way back in but a touchdown called back because the penalty. tyler takes it in and ran for 137 yards. 17-3 stanford and fourth quarter bruins down seven and rich charpds, the second interception of the game led to another td run as stanford hands ucla the first defeat of the season, the final was 24-10. rick quan joins us live. a lot of doubts about the cardinals and they made a statement this afternoon especially on defense. >> reporter: yeah, you got it exactly right, larry. the sanford defense really was the key today. as you mentioned, they held the offense to ten points, 35 points below the average. as you mentioned, a lot of doubters after last we
PBS
Oct 18, 2013 5:30pm PDT
others who are missing. the crew of a maritime defense force has made its way to the island. the crew is carrying trucks and machinery that will be used to remove mud, driftwood and debris. record rainfall soaked a mountain slide sending part of it sliding down toward a community. >>> self-defense force commanders have sent in an additional 130 personnel to help are the rescue and recovery effort. 1,000 police, firefighters and sdf personnel are surging for the missing. the work has been tough and time consuming. another storm is expected to hit the island on saturday. residents are anxious. >> i can see the fallen mountainside from my home. i can't sleep if it rains again. >> people are working at the town hall to make 1 thousand bags. municipal authorities depleted their stock on the typhoon. oshima is part of the tokyo metropolitan area. the tokyo governor has pledged to help prevent another disaster. he unveiled plans to build sandbags measuring hundreds of meters in length that will be used in the devastated areas. >>> european union leaders are celebrating a step toward free tra
PBS
Oct 16, 2013 5:30pm PDT
korea has denied reports it is adopting a u.s. missile defense system or buying american-made antiballistic missiles. the defense minister says the massive costs outweigh the south's defense needs. earlier this month, washington and seoul agreed to carry out preemptive attacks against any sign of nuclear or missile attacks by north korea. speculation grew that after the u.s. government suggested seoul intended to adopt its so-called bad defense system, but kim told reporters on tuesday his government has never considered buying the system which shoots down missiles at high altitudes. kim also denied any intent to purchase sm3 interceptors which are installed on japanese aegis-equipped destroyers. analysts said seoul took into consideration when making its decision. beijing has become increasingly nervous about the u.s.-led missile defense system. >>> the japanese government has lent billions of dollars in compensation money to the operator of the disabled fukushima nuclear plant. officials now estimate it will take decades to recover it. the government has issued about $5
WHUT
Oct 17, 2013 7:30am EDT
the search including firefighters, police, and self-defense force personnel. they found homes, roads, and fields covered in debris. some have not been able it drive vehicles through the mud so they've had to work with their hands. more than 800 millimeters of rain hit the island in 24 hours. that's more than double the monthly average and the worst downpours since people started keeping records 75 years ago. the rain sent part of a mountain sliding down toward one community. more than 30 homes collapsed or were swept away. >> translator: huge amounts of driftwad dammed up a swamp and stopped the outflow, diverting mudslides towards residential districts. >> the storm moved northeast toward russia and has been do downgraded to a low-pressure system. the typhoon is assumed to be harming the fukushima daiichi. the operators suspect that the typhoon rains caused the water to flow into the ditch. workers have been conducting daily inspections in the ditch, checking to see if contaminated water is leaking from storage tanks. officials with tokyo electric power company say on wednesday they
CSPAN
Oct 17, 2013 4:00pm EDT
of that but allow me to suggest to the questions about the posturing of the defense forces are usually better address to the pentagon. >> my question to you is first of all what we are engaged in is not for fox it is for the record in each. the posturing was such that it made the remedy and the rescue in that situation possible is not a conclusion of the house armed services committee or four republicans. it is itself as a fact. so all i'm trying to ask is with respect to these meeting does the president of the key national security principles before those attacks how is it possible that you can maintain that adequate steps were taken by the commander in chief and his aides when in fact posture is now acknowledged to have been such it may remedy impossible. >> again, james i think i said there was not adequate security to protect those four americans. and the president has been absolutely forthright about that. as have the numerous investigators who have looked into this and putting of course the accountability review board. i think when it comes to how the u.s. military division backs us, th
FOX News
Oct 17, 2013 1:00pm PDT
. soundses like he is defensive. >> he is defensive on the flitches issue -- the glitches issue. in fairness to the white house you still have mike lee of utah and ted crazy of texas saying they're not going air from not just attacking the glitches but trying to overturn the healthcare law. that's something the president is still pushing back on. what jay carney said and is less defensive about is that in these -- this round of budget negotiations that are coming up, supposed to wrap by december 15th, officials say the president will put various changes to the healthcare law on the table, such as delaying the medical device tax. so they're dealing with this on multiple fronts. the glitches, problems with sof ware, they're on defense, and they're on defense against ted cruz and others for more radical changes but the president won the budget fight round and they think they're able to push that back in termed of defunding the law, but they realize there have to be changes. >> the politics of obamacare is one thing. the implementation of theol route -- the rollout is another. >> did the d.c. de
CNN
Oct 19, 2013 8:00pm PDT
defense attorney, danny cevallos and mark geragos joins us now live from vancouver. it's a reunion, so to speak. >> it is kind of a reunion turn. >> it certainly is. listen, they were under -- talking about how they did it, officials in florida were under tremendous pressure to capture these men, correct? >> they sure were. one was released september 27th and one was released october 8th. they weren't sure if this was done together or separately. and i've got to tell you, this is bungling i haven't seen before. it is keystone cops bungling. especially because if you look at the motion, the motion was supposedly filed by prosecutors to reduce sentences. that doesn't happen. prosecutors rarely if ever do something like that. >> let me explain what happened here. get into the minutia and the details. the legal looking documents that set these men free contained bogus signatures of the attorneys and had the seal of the orange county clerk of courts office. someone worked very hard to make these documents look real but no agency is taking responsibility. who should have caught this, danny?
CBS
Oct 16, 2013 12:00pm EDT
reporter is in the courtroom and he reports that the defense team says the shooting was a tragic accident. attorneys contend that he meant to fire his training weapon at raymond gray as part of an exercise in what was called the fatal funnel. the defense set security policies required him to carry his duty weapon. the prosecution insists this case is about choices. he is charged with assault and reckless endangerment. gray is being treated for an intensive brain injury out of state. >> the sun made a comeback for the beginning of the week, now the clouds are back in place signifying a change coming in the atmosphere. currentes, the temperature. the dew point rising into the upper 50's. humidity at 75%. sun is looking out a little bit. temperatures are climbing into the upper 60's to low 70's. most of the showers have stayed to our west. for raine a chance tomorrow and we will talk about that in the seven-day. >> we are monitoring a water main break. we were over the scene this morning were public works officials say a 10 inch main broke. that is still shutdown leaving the national aquariu
FOX
Oct 14, 2013 6:00pm PDT
. the offense is doing it up as they have gone three connective games, scoring 30 or more points the defense taking care of business. four more turnovers yesterday against arizona. they turned their last 10 turnovers in the last three games into points and a rookie, what a choice he was as the number one pick. number 35 in the highlights. in the middle of everything it seems. >> good. opportunistic. you love seeing your defense generate turnovers. when they are involved in turnovers it is something in the past been very good for us. encouraging. she getting in on -- he is getting in on that. recovering. causing, intercepting. something that has been, you know, very good for the defense. >> can't help but think of another guy in the 49ers defensive backfield, ronnie lott. the raiders, if you have ever been to a football game, chiefs, arrowhead, loudest crowd in the history of professional sports. it effected terrelle pryor for sure. offensive line had something to do with it too. 10 sacs against the raiders and three interceptions after his best game last sunday in san diego. this was a step
CSPAN
Oct 21, 2013 1:45am EDT
is the co-author. conscious capitalism.org is the web site. >> host: booktv is on vacation every defense held in a loss vegas. the founder of freedom fest fest, a mark skousen. what is this event? limit those idea the largest gathering of three minds to put on a conference that is a renaissance gathering of freethinkers. my idea has been the freedom movement broadly defined. >> host: politically what does that mean? >> guest: economic and maximum freedom libertarians we are not anarchist although we do have some here and it is growing. the ada is most libertarians are like hertz of cats face seldom get together to conspire. [laughter] so my idea is they don't do any live streaming. you can buy the tapes after words but 2200 people and plan of a wide. >> organize libertarianism? >> is working. >> i am in economist growing up in portland oregon that is the intellectual town in the world's largest bookstore for i have been the intellectual type so the renaissance man is correct. and then to have a ph.d. of economics my family lives in death star. that is what we call it but we a got tired o
FOX Business
Oct 22, 2013 4:00pm EDT
, expensive, defensive stocks. get into that for me. >> actually, you know like, what we've seen is that people are climbing up the risk ladder. so they started at cd. there is no value there. they have gone to investment grade stocks. there is no value there it is overbought. then you get into the high-yield bond and they're fairly valued. and then you have, people are going to continue to chase yield. so they're going to chase yield and they have to go up the ladder and the next position above high-yield bond are the defensive-paying stocks. cheryl: do you have a couple names? >> well, we actually like cyclicals over defensives at this moment. and the reason behind that is we see a lot of capital reinvestment going back into the infrastructure of big companies. so it is actually the cyclicals that we are keying in on. david: but hold on a second because, lincoln, i have to push back again here a little bit because a lot of folks say, look we have our gains over the past six months. what we're looking for right now is safety. we want to hold on to the gains that we got. we're no
CNN
Oct 19, 2013 1:00am PDT
general holder to decide that. however, the defense gets to weigh in they wanted more time. and just today, a federal judge said i'm not going to get involved in that dispute. >> and what about catherine russell, the widow of the other brother? >> reporter: well, she is living quietly with her parents in rhode island. she has a lawyer. and as far as we know, she continues to cooperate with investigators. we know that her in-laws have testified before a grand jury, spent about four hours there just last month. so we're waiting to see what else might develop with her. >> at this point no charges against her. >> reporter: not yet. >> all right. susan candiotti, thanks so much. again a long journey for so many people. we'll continue to follow adrian's journey culminating in a one-hour special report on the one-year anniversary of the bombings. let me know what you think. follow me tweet me using #ac360. >>> edward snowden's father sneaks with us. he just got back from seeing his son in russia for the first time. first time they met face-to-face and talked since all this began. we'll talk to lo
FOX News
Oct 17, 2013 3:00pm PDT
been in private practice since leaving the administration was the defense department's top lawyer during the president's first term. today the white house described johnson as one of the most highly qualified and respected national security leaders. quote during his at the entrepreneur as department of defense he was known for his sound judgment and counsel. he was responsible for the prior legal review and approval of every military operation approved by the president and secretary of defense. johnson's nomination is surprising given potential candidates including new york city police commissioner ray kelly, former coast guard commandant allen and john pistole has served homeland security or handled missions including immigration and disaster relief. as she left the job, janet napolitano said a cyber strike is inevitable. >> looking back over the past 4 1/2 years i can say that there's one takeaway, one object lesson and core operating principle that i've learned and embraced as secretary, it's this. in a world of evolving threats, the key to our success is the ability to be flex
NBC
Oct 18, 2013 9:00pm PDT
stopped, a man lay dying. was it self-defense or murder? >> it was worse than anything you would see in a movie. >> one blinding burst of violence. a nightmare with no end. >> sometimes i cried for my dad. >> every day i think about it. i think about it every single day. >> i'm lester holt and this is "dateline." here's keith morrison with "miles from nowhere." >> it was in the dark that the fear began. in the dark with the sounds of the black night around them that it grew and grew. >> terrorized our family, our friends. >> who was out there in the dark? here, miles and miles into prime evil woods so far from safety, from civilized protection. >> they could just come on to our property and invade our lives. >> but on a summer night deep in the california sierra the terror came out of the dark, came after them, to take everything. the terrible, desperate chase. its awful end. and now the question, what really happened out there in the dark? >> stand up. >> i still feel like i need to go help him. >> it looked so innocent now, closed up, dead quiet, empty here at the end of the 100-ya
Al Jazeera America
Oct 19, 2013 5:30pm EDT
20 commentators that made a total of 111 media appearance, all with ties to defense or military likely to benefit from an attack in syria. a fact disclosed 13 times to readers and fuse. steven hadlee is a former national security advisor to george w. bush and appeared on various networks. he is in favour of intervention in syria. >> not once was the viewer told that he serves an a director at an organization that makes cruise missiles. >> jack keen and general anthony are directors at general dynamics and eae systems. the report's author said: >> this is not the first time the u.s. networks have been called out for this kind of thing. in 2008 "new york times" journalist david barstow won the pulitzer prize. he revealed the department of defense employed a network of military officers with ties to defense companies, sent on television armed with pentagon talking points, calling for the invasion to go ahead. >> news junkies will be familiar with the media pundit who seems to be everywhere, on every story. you know the types. the ones that flit from one news studio to the next lend
Al Jazeera America
Oct 21, 2013 1:00pm EDT
of the problems and issues surrounding this issue, the president still has to do that very much on defense. but at the same time the president at this point no sense talking about the overwhelming demand and interest on the website. they do say some 19 million americans have looked at it and attributing all the problems the website has had to simply volume. it goes much deeper at this point and the white house is certainly admitting that much. you heard the president say that in the rose garden just a few moments ago. >> the problem has been that the website that's supposed to make it easy to apply for and purchase the insurance is not work being the -- working the wait it should be. there's no sugar coating that. people have gotten stuck during the application process and i think it's fair to say nobody's more frustrated by that than i am. >> and the president is distilling it down. nobody agrees with the issues or problems. for the sake of defunding obamacare republicans in congress now turning their attention to the problems that the president has had, the inference being that this is i
PBS
Oct 20, 2013 5:30pm PDT
the exposur at one millisievert. and personnel from japan's self-defense forces are expected to make some other suggestions. government officials are taking other steps, too. they say they'll show municipal workers how to take iodine tablets. they say that can help prevent people from absorbing radioactive substances. the plan is to distribute the tablets to households within five kilometers of a nuclear plant. >>> self-defense forces will double the number of personnel on a typhoon-hit island south of tokyo to about 1,000. they're getting ready for yet another approaching typhoon. there are now about 440 sdf personnel involved in the search for missing residents on oshima island. another 500 will be sent from japan's northeastern region by tuesday. this is the second time that a joint self-defense forces unit was formed for disaster relief operations. the first was when the earthquake and tsunami hit northeaste japan in march 2011. as this latest typhoon nears, the rain is again expected to intensify in the latter half of this week. mudslides caused by last week's typhoon wipha killed at
FOX
Oct 16, 2013 4:00pm PDT
-2 cardinals leading. they'll be taking their act to tennessee and it's the defense that has been showing up large for them. ten turnovers in those last three games and in each of those turnovers like this interception from white ner they've been able to turn them into points. and they come through the sacs for safety. defense looking sharp. >> our goal is to cause turnovers. we're getting more interceptions and strip the ball. >> being physical, flying around, you no he that's our defense and early in the season we weren't doing those things, but we knew how to correct them. that's why we never panicked. >> 49ers you'll see at 1:00. they're looking for their fourth in a row. we've got baseball coming up too, tigers and sox. >> thank for joining us. day 4 between the red sox and tigers. we'll see you for a special newscast after the game. captions by: caption colorado, llc 800-775-7838 email: comments@captioncolorado.com the great american novel. so you can happily let life get in the way, while planning for tomorrow. so you can finish the great american novel banking for the life you have i
WQAW
Oct 15, 2013 5:00pm EDT
gun, regardless of what those policies were. >> reporter: kerns' defense attorney will argue it was his duty to keep his service weapon on him during the training at the vacant rosewood center, because it was reasonable to arm himself for the safety of him and the other officers. >> defense attorneys tried to get the case postponed this morning. but a judge said no . a judge had this. >> officer kern faces misdemeanor charges of second- degree assault and reckless dangerment -- endangerment. if convicted, those carry the possibility of up to 15 years in prison. >>> maryland state police release the identity of a man killed on the beltway monday. police say 51-year-old rick isenocker's car crashed. police say he was trapped in his car. he was pronounced dead at the scene. the two other drivers refused medical treatment. the accident is still under investigation. >>> and wjz is learning about another fatal accident. this one knocked out power to parts of anne arundel county. the car was driving on route 450 in annapolis when it hilt a utility pole and brought down a power line.
CNN
Oct 18, 2013 5:00pm PDT
that. however, the defense gets to weigh in. they wanted more time, and just today, a federal judge said i'm not going to get involved in that dispute. >> and what about kathryn russell, the widow of the other brother? >> well, she is living quietly with her parents in rhode island. she has a lawyer and as far as we know she continues to cooperate with investigators. we know that her inlaws have testified before a grand jury, spent about four hours there just last month. so, we're waiting to see what else might develop with her -- >> at this point no charges against her? >> not yet. >> susan candotti, thanks you. >>> a special report on the one-year anniversary of the bom bombin bombings, we look forward to sharing that. tweet me at anderson cooper on twitter. >>> i'll speak with edward snowdenest father after he said there is no chance documents he got ahold of ended up in russian or chinese hands. his dad saw him for the first time, the first time they met face-to-face and talked. we'll talk to lon ahead flgt the man haunt for these two convicted murders who simply walked out of a
FOX News
Oct 18, 2013 12:00pm PDT
's 0 own defense attorney said his former client was not smart enough to pull his ski mask down during the crime. so, phil keeting is live for us. we're learning these guys were spotted after their released at a jail on the other side of the state of florida? >> reporter: yes, shep. back in orlando, from where they came, three days after each of these men were released, jenkins and walker then showed up as they're supposed to, as a fresh inmate released from prison does. they go into the jail in the city where they're going to live to register, and fill out the paperwork that they're a felon. that's what a jail spokesperson says, both of these killers came in there, acted normally, nothing notworthy happened. walked in, filled out paperwork and walked out, never to be seen from again. this happened in the lobby of the jail so no video. the bogus release of prison documents, basically appeared to come from the state attorney's office, were signed by the state attorney, fake signature, and a fake signature by judge perry, and basically argued these men should be released from prison now
FOX News
Oct 21, 2013 12:00pm PDT
. >> outside the scene for us. thanks so much. >> just in, it's now the judge on the defensive, in the murder trial of the former nfl star, aaron hernandez. the prosecution is calling for thor quilt the case. -- quit the case. there's a hearing that started in massachusetts. the prosecutor claims the judge had what he called a history of antagonism against him. it has been a bizarre scene. watching the prosecutor tell the judge, to her face, why she needs to step down. the prosecutor claimed during another murder case, that etried before the same judge, quote, her words, tone and behavior were unnecessary. discourteous and demeaning. now the prosecutor says he wants a judge that he trusts will be fair. defense attorneys for aaron hernandez came out against getting any new judge. the form football star's career came to anened in june when cops arrested him. aaron hernandez pleaded not guilty to the murder of a one-time friend who had been dating the sister of hernandez's fiancee. molly is live in fall river, massachusetts. what happened in court? >> reporter: pretty incredible scene. the scene
CSPAN
Oct 20, 2013 10:00pm EDT
in defense them under assault by also keeps the distance she would not call herself a marxist or a communist but has the left leaning sensibility but does not like to be boxed in. she is engaged in various forums the sum i'd like mary lou williams who says her interest is how can she be of assistance to people in need? maybe that is through their poverty or philanthropy or other activities or fellow musicians with a drug addiction and who is the one woman rehab center so they fall along the continuum as the rethink a very different needs. >> i was looking and it was a hard thing to find i also have a dance background and i just received a fantastic leap but thinking about talking about different kinds of movement, the movement of music with a piece of movement that the actual movement people found themselves engaged or living alone -- alongside. how does the work itself as an express that? do they keep them separate? >> is a good question and a difficult one. i tried to stress and even though they are political agents they are all artist first and foremost. they define that differently but t
NBC
Oct 20, 2013 8:30pm PDT
lenon. luck also took a shot on the play. >> referee: prior to the pass, holding, number 51 defense, 5-yard penalty, automatic first down. >> cris: andrew thought he was going to get completion any way. he bounces it off of donald brown's hands. he fell to the ground and is still trying to get the completion. he's going to take a shot from trevathan. but i'm telling you luck still thought he could get that one in there. >> al: he's been batted around tonight as has peyton. the ball is at the 25 yard line, first down. nice cutback move there to pick up seven yards. ihenacho making the tackle. make it until let's call it six -- second and four. >> cris: mike incomcglynn, you t underestimate his value in this game. to replace the center. you go inside and have to replace the center, everything changes. you're making tall calls. and he's been pretty good. >> al: brown on a second and four will come up short. paris lenon making the tackle. and a lot of time left. this is a pretty big third and one right here. >> cris: you know, sometimes you just need a first down or two to shift the moment
FOX
Oct 20, 2013 11:15pm EDT
of themselves. the bailed out the special teams and the defense that wasn't so great. it was a shoot out from beginning to end. eight different lead changes. guys stepped up. others continued to build their
CSPAN
Oct 22, 2013 6:00am EDT
kenzie is in charge of the review process for the defense department programs held every four years. he spoke at the center for strategic and international studies were about one hour. >> good morning, everybody. thanks so much for making the trek to our new building here at 1616 rhode island. we are very happy to be mostly moved in, and hopefully you will not have any problems breaking construction dust or anything else. but again, we really appreciate that you're stuck with us and made the transition along with us. it's a great honor for me this morning to be here with major general frank mckenzie, the director of the marine corps qdr office, and sort of a general expert in all things pentagon and marine corps. so couldn't be a better leader for that endeavor. i think going to just start off with a diving right in on some of the changes that the marine corps is considering in response to some of the outside fiscal pressures and strategic changes that you're facing, then we'll try to get the q&a from the audience as quickly as we can get a couple announcements. if people could turn off the r
FOX News
Oct 20, 2013 3:00pm PDT
that the republicans are now pushing for that we have to cut medicare to avoid cuts in the department of defense, let us step back and take a look at this. paul ryan couldn't pass his budget in the house of representatives. the republican majority wouldn't vote for it unless he violated the budget control act and added more than $20 billion in defense spending. we ought to sit down together and realize that sequester is the clumsiest, most awkward way to cut spending. we can do it much more sensibly. and i think we can meet our spending targets. we can reduce the impact, negative impact of sequester on our national security and national defense. >> let me ask you -- don't get into the weeds on me here. if they were willing to relax some of the short term spending cuts for defense and domestic programs, what would you give them? >> i'm going to leave that to senator patty murray. i'm not going to negotiate here on fox. patty murray is the chair of our budget committee. i respect paul ryan. we disagree on politics and certainly on issues like the future of medicare. but when it comes down to it, we've
Al Jazeera America
Oct 21, 2013 7:00am EDT
. how do you compete with lobbies like the defense lobby, which demands a much bigger slice of a shrinking pie. >> education is actually really a tiny part of the whole federal budget, about 2% of the federal budget, very different in every state. education is an important issue. we have support from our friends on the democratic side, but also a lot of republicans are supporters of special education for children with disabilities. we're hoping that the concern about education, which is really an investment in the future, investing in education helps people get better jobs and helps our economy and global competitiveness, that the package of non-defense discretionary spending hopefully will be spared from another round of cuts. >> what strategy is used to get to those on the committee? >> a variety of different things. we're a coalition of 100 different national education groups, but our organizations represents tens of millions of people. we have teacher unions, college presidents, school board members, et cetera, college students. our reach to our members is throughout the
CSPAN
Oct 17, 2013 1:00am EDT
against an government in defense of protecting the individual rights of the american people is always the right thing. some say we shouldn't have thought because we couldn't win -- fought because we couldn't win. ons country wasn't built fighting when only victory was certain. in fact, some of the most important victories in our history where the results of fighting battles against significant odds. even if victory seems difficult or impossible, that would not excuse me or anyone else from doing the right thing. avoiding difficult battles, after all, is how we end up in this kind of mess, a government with $17 trillion in debt that we add to at a rate of closely one trillion a year. entitlementol systems, a tax code that no one understands, all because washington is willing to act only when there is guaranteed political gain. when the avoidance of political risk becomes our dominant motivation, only the washington establishment wins, and the american people lose. furthermore, in washington, victories are rarely immediate, and very few end up being permanent. obamacare wasn't enacted o
Al Jazeera America
Oct 19, 2013 8:00pm EDT
with me taught. >> she says she hasn't had to use her weapon in self defense but having one makes her feel safer and displaying it in public will help others feel the same. >>> the protest began and ended peacefully, a man with a loaded rifle and a pistol in his holster that was viewable to the public. again that is illegal. the fact that you do have to have a license for a pistol and it needs to be concealed. protesters say that is unfair, they want all weapons to be carried openly, legally. >> syria, lebanon and turkey, nine hostages were released to lebanon and three to turkey. andrew simmons report. >> their homecoming was a chaotic emotional event. the men being pushed through crowds of security and some relatives trying to identify their loved ones. and then spontaneous embraces were occurring in the vip room and they found their way out, in a big crowd. it had been expected that this would be an orderly affair with some sort of news conference involving the care taker lebanese governments and also qatari lebanese delegation but that did not take place. that was in a separate room an
Al Jazeera America
Oct 19, 2013 10:00pm EDT
announced civilian furloughs cost the defense department $6 million. the ground hog day approached, budgets must stop. we can't continue to do this to our people. having them live under a cloud of uncertainty. the deal keeps the government open until january, raising the ceiling until february. the house has 23 days in session this year. >> i'm joined by patrick, a policy analyst. they fight for lower taxes, government and freedom. by tom doherty, a strat gift and advisor to george perform etaci. great to have you with us. i want to start with you. we have a 16-day shutdown and a few days on the edge of default before congress backs away from a cliff. the headlines read losing a lot to get little and john boehner in disarray. wisdom based on polls was that the tea party was the loser. usa rejected that. in the run down of winners and losers ted cruz was among the winners. how do you see this. >> i don't know where the "usa today" gets their informationment the losers are candidates going forward. ted cruz and rand paul expected a lot. they can never win this country. that's the problem. the
Al Jazeera America
Oct 19, 2013 11:00pm EDT
", they are saying, for a defense force exercise, an army exercise carried out on thursday using explosives to train their soldiers. it's believed that that might have caused one of the worst fires near the town of lithgow in the boun ans, west of -- blue mountains west of sydney. let me give you an overview of the situation. there's 60 fires burning across the states of new south wales and south-eastern australia. of those 15 are out of control, meaning firefighters can't contain the fire - they can't contain the flames in a certain area. of those, four are causing concern. a bit of bad news i'm afraid is the weather, which has been relatively cool is set to get worse, it will get hotter and will get windier too. those, of course, are the worst possible conditions when it comes to trying to stop fires from escaping. >> people in this region west of sydney are getting text messages when fires are approaching. they are telling them to get out, grab what precious possessions they can, and head to families in safe areas or friends, or go to evacuation centres, of which there are many across the blue mo
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